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of former vice president dick cheney, lynne, was one of the speakers at the service. dick cheney, bill clinton, and barbara bush also attended the service. betty ford is being buried next to her husband on the grounds at the ford presidential museum. she died at the age of 93, on friday. >>> bart's police chief reported to the transit agency's board this morning on the progress into his officers shooting and killed a man at civic center station on july 3rd. he told the board the san francisco police department is leading the investigation with the district attorney's office, the bart police and independent police auditor taking part. he says there's no time line for the sfpd to wrap up its investigation and the sfpd does not want to release surveillance video of the shooting. >> the logic behind this investigative read something so potential witnesses will call what they saw that night and not by what they view in the media. >> the board also took comments from the public. one speaker says bart should have a zero-tolerance policy for police shootings. another said the investigation sho
the debt and the deficit. when dick cheney was in office and they were running up all the debt. you can look this up. there are facts outside of the fox news bubble, actual facts and numbers. most of the debt was run up under bush. dick cheney said "deficits don't matter." why can't obama say that? why is it okay when dick cheney says that? i'm not saying it's all race, but it seems weird that suddenly he gets into office and the debt and deficit is intolerable. the republicans have some nerve. bush came into office. the debt was 5.6 trillion. he took a surplus and turned it into a $10 trillion debt with stuff they didn't pay for. they didn't pay for the wars. they didn't pay for the tax cuts, for the rich, which should be called tax spending for the rich, because it is spending. the prescription drug program, all of that unpaid for. suddenly obama comes into office and they act like he's newt gingrich's wife at tiffany's. his big spending, the stimulus, was mostly a republican spending plan. >> piers: how would you describe your policies? are you a socialist, liberal or both? >> first
. >> donald trump's felled and dick cheney paid there respects -- donald rumsfeld and dick cheney paid there respects. -- thier -- their respects. tv 11 news. >> still had tonight, a child murdered after asking for directions is laid to rest. >> and david letterman's studio [ male announcer ] are you paying more and more for cable, and enjoying it less and less? stop paying for second best. upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month for a year. want to save even more? call now and we'll add over 60 premium channels, including showtime, starz, epix, and more for 12 months. fios is a 100% fiber optic network. it delivers superior picture quality, the best channel lineup, more hd, plus america's fastest, most consistent and reliable internet. and there's no annual contract required. why keep paying for cable? move up to the best. get fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month for a year, plus over 60 premium channels for 12 months. don't wait. call 1.877.729.fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's 1.877.729.3467. at
, my rule, never drink water, dick cheney tortures people with it. >> reporter: but about taxes, he is deadly serious. >> the folks who have fought for tax increases after promising not to, and then down here in blue, across here, are the ones who are defeated. >> reporter: for 24 years he's been getting candidates, almost all republican, to sign a simple pledge. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> reporter: republican lawmakers remember how that worked out, defeated after one term. so 236 have taken the vow. >> grover went around and said, sign this. any guy that would sign something before he or she confronts the issue has really sold part of their soul. >> reporter: this week he told the "washington post" letting the bush tax cuts expire at the end of next year would not violate the pledge. >> not continuing a tax cut is not technically a tax increase. >> reporter: democrats saw a big opening, potentially $4 trillion toward a deal. >> i think mr. norquist has made a very, very important statement. >> reporter: 24 hours later, norquist was in full retreat. in a "new york times" colu
's getting a different standard than say, joe biden and his brain aneurysm or dick cheney and his multiple heart attacks and john kennedy and who knows what was wrong with him. so there's a different-- . hold on, are you guys saying that this story should not have appeared? it's not legitimate whatsoever to bring up-- we don't know ultimately what are the triggering mechanisms and should this never have been reported. >> and even your national review, david french's article said she was getting the sarah palin treatment and i agree with that, and-- >> you guys do not think it was at all legitimate should not have appeared. >> a way to bring it-- >> i don't think these people obviously were exaggerating if they said versus what the doctors said. what they said was actually not-- >> if the story was accurate, yes, if you with a nt to write a story saying that michele bachmann gets migraines under the care of a doctor and medicated and everything is fine, and never cause problems if you with a nt to write that story. >> the final touchdown of the space shuttle atlantis kennedy space center, e
60 years ago. former president bill clinton, former vice president dick cheney and former first lady barbara bush were among the mourners. as the nation gives its final farewell, hear now, betty ford in her own words. >> i do not believe that being first lady should prevent me from expressing my ideas. >> i think it's time the women step up and take their place. >> i can remember being upstairs and thinking i've got to go down and face all those reporters, and that was probably i think maybe the scariest thing i ever did. >> we must value our own talents before we can expect acceptance from others. >> somehow they put that first lady up on a pedestal whether you deserve it or want it, you're still put there. >> being ladylike does not require silence. >> you have come a long, long way. >> the contributions of women as wives and mothers continue to be underrated. we have to take that "just" out of "just a housewife." >> hello, mary, this is betty ford. >> hi, betty. this is mary, queen of scotts. >> he would say i want you to be yourself. it's hard to tie down a woman these days. you
. her life was public. she shared it and it helps a lot of us. >> bill clinton, dick cheney, barbara bush or among the dignitaries expected to attend tomorrow's service. the former first lady died, on friday at the age of 93. >> the new report revealing mass of security breaches at many of the nation's airports. >> why the cost of convenience just got costlier for netflix customers. >> when i i'm around people who smoke, it bothers me in public places. >> they now banned smoking outdoors. >> thunderstorms are rolling across the state. that is going to bring some heat relief to the mid-atlantic. it is still pretty warm in baltimore, 81 degrees. >> fire investigators are saying an unintended fire on the stove destroyed the 13 units. this is video of the blaze. more than 25 people were displaced. firefighters will return to the complex party night at 7:00 to address any questions. >> there were sharp criticism from members of congress about security at many of the nation's airports. a committee reports shows there have been 25,000 security breaches since the 9/11 attacks, including 6000
. former president bill clinton, former vice president dick cheney and former first lady barbara bush are all expected to attend. mrs. ford died last friday at the age of 93. >>> coming up on 6:06 now. [ cherie ] i always had a job, ever since i was fourteen. i could not make working and going to school work. it was not until the university of phoenix that i was able to work full-time, be a mom, and go to school. the opportunities that i had at the university of phoenix, dealing with professionals teaching things that they were doing every day, got me to where i am today. i'm mayor cherie wood, i'm responsible for the largest urban renewal project in utah, and i am a phoenix. [ male announcer ] find your program at phoenix.edu. >> you're not going to take all your toys, are you? >> hmm. >> you don't have a job lined up, so you don't have a desk to put it on. >> "the office" is just one of the shows hoping to get an emmy nod this morning. in just a few hours the nominees for the 63rd prime-time emmy awards will be announced. they'll take place at 8:35 this morning, eastern time. the aw
, former vice president dick cheney, first lady barbara bush and former president clinton. ford's daughter susan read from scriptures and her son a former navy man offered the eulogy. >> if our family was a fleet of ships, dad was the aircraft carrier, i know that. and if mom was in our fleet, which she was, she was the hospital ship. she was the one with the love and the comfort and she was the first one there to put her arms around you. >> and we wanted to end our broadcast tonight with some of the humor and the humanity and the honesty of betty ford over the years and in her own words. >> i do not believe that being first lady should prevent me from expressing my ideas. [ applause ] i think it's time that the women step up and take their place. i can remember being upstairs and thinking, i've got to go down and face all those reporters and that was probably -- i think maybe the scariest thing i ever did. we must value our own talents. before we can expect acceptance from others. somehow they put that first lady up on a pedestal, whether you deserve it or want it, you're still put there.
: john mccain battled cancer. joe bide p had brain an yuchls and dick cheney already had three heart attacks when he ran. but they all had to answer questions. yesterday, brian ross was blocked by bachmann's staff when he asked if the headaches affected her job performance. >> can you answer that question for the american people? >> reporter: bachmann's friend steve king told abc news top line that she is fit enough for the job. >> i think if you would watch her public appearances and see how she performs in each one of them, there would be no clue of such a thing. >> and jon, it seems awfully early in a campaign to be asking about the medical history of a candidate. but these are the kinds of questions she'd have to answer anyway, would she not? >> reporter: no question. there is no law that requires this, but common practice for more than a generation has been that presidential nominees from the major parties release extensive medical records going into their entire medical history. and certainly, bachmann gets further down the road, there will be more questions. i can tell you, i'
. >> question is back here. >> when dick cheney outed, why was that not considered, you know, breaking confidentiality and form of espionage or form of treason? >> i'm sorry, i miss the very first thing you said. >> when cheney and his cronies outed valerie plame, why wasn't i considered? because he's working for bush? is that why it was okay? [laughter] >> the prosecutor certainly didn't announce that was the reason. know, there's a whole separate law on disclosure of the identity of intelligence agents. and that law itself apparently has some flaws, and the special prosecutor in the case, fitzgerald, a guy from chicago, apparently decided that he could not prove the elements of that case against cheney or libby. >> people seem to have been prosecuted for lying to the fbi. is there an obligation to talk to them when they come see you? can you just refuse to talk to them? >> must be some good criminal lawyers here. [laughter] who have intimate familiarity with that. my impression is that you don't have to talk to them. you don't have to talk to them at all. they don't have any legal co
president bill clinton and former vice president dick cheney. steven ford described her as bringing love and comfort. >> let's move on now and talk about this morning's weather from around the nation. 80-mile-an-hour winds, hail and flash flooding from minneapolis to the dakotas, denver and billings. heavy rain from columbia, south carolina, to atlanta. jacksonville and new orleans. >>> thunderstorms around houston, memphis, nashville and louisville, monsoon rain in the southwest. showers from seattle to northern california. love the wet stuff. >>> 70s from sacramento to seattle. phoenix hits 100 degrees and dallas, 103. 91 degrees in kansas city and 84 in chicago. 80s from boston to atlanta. >>> well, coming up, a disease outbreak at a las vegas me megaresort impacting thousands of guests. >>> casey anthony gets out of jail this weekend and now we know there is a million dollar check waiting for her. >>> why exactly are these people running so fast? bumps and bruises in an early morning stampede. i >>> there's another warning thi. morning about the u.s. credit rating because of the unce
, michigan. lynne cheney will give an eulogy. bill clinton, dick cheney, and barbara bush are expected to attend. the funeral returns to the gerald ford museum or private burial service will be held. she died last week at the age of 93. >> there is word this morning negotiations at the white house have reached a boiling point. kate amara is in washington. >> according to reports, president obama ended the meeting saying enough is enough and walked out. tempers are rising. the fourth straight day of debt talks said to have ended in a heated exchange. eric cantor proposed a temporary fix, president obama responded with, don't call my bluff. >> for a guy we thought was no drama, it sounds like a pretty exciting meeting. >> the president will not agree to a short-term debt limit extension. >democrats and republicans have reached an impasse. >> despite his claims to the contrary, the president has no intention of cutting spending or dealing with deficits and debts. >> it is fear right thing to do. it is worth it to do something and get the biggest possible deal. >> the risk to our economy i
will be held this afternoon. lynne cheney and norton smith will give eulogies. bill clinton, dick cheney, and barbara bush are expected to attend. mrs. ford died last week at the age of 93. if or when the nfl football season gets underway, the vikings will once again have a place to call home. you recall the old roof collapsed under the weight of several feet of snow. the new roof cost $23 million. >> it just keeps getting more and more crowded at the airport. the airport set a monthly passenger record. more than 2 million people traveled to the airport in the month of may. is up 6.8% -- that is up 6.8%. topple wars heated up again -- the tablet wars heat up again. >> apple may have sold 8.5 ipads. amazon.com looking to take a piece of the pie. they plan to release their own tablet device but october. sony has a line of e-readers. plan to rollout and upgraded line to challenge the kindle. sony has a model expected to go on sale this year. we're expecting to get numbers on the weekly jobless claims today. stocks were up yesterday but off their highs. the sword as ben bernanke said he is e
this afternoon. former president bill clinton, former vice president dick cheney, and former first lady barbara bush are expected to attend. mrs. ford died last friday at the age of 93. >> as we said, nice change outside this morning. refreshing out there. 69 degrees right now? >> you didn't even bring me a basket of fruit or anything. no gifts? no bottle of champagne? we'll keep it going anyway. >> okay. >> good morning. this morning, yes, you will notice a wonderful change occurring overnight. we've got a clear sky, the summer constellations are twinkling. the summer triangle is up there in a galactic black sky. right now feast your eyes on these temperatures. take a long, hard look at these temperatures. it is just beautiful. out in petersburg, west virgi a virginia, down to 55. cumberland, maryland, down to 59. closer to washington we're in the 60s. in montgomery, and fairfax, and prince george's counties, right now near 70. in arlington county, it's 72 at reagan national. on the eastern shore, temperatures have dropped into the 60s there. and we've had a fresh change occur as high pressur
was comparing them to dick cheney he should have been suspended for other reasons. >> i think the context counts. if he was on a serious news show and they were asking him for a serious analysis and he callsthat president a kind of name, i would completely agree with him being suspended. in the context they were talking, they were joking and laughing and they were literally saying, say whatever you want. let loose. and then he comes out with it and they act horrified? i am 100% with joe. he issued two apologies. he is groveling for his job back. he should have stuck up for himself. >> i do agree there. he did the same thing he did. as soon as it hit the fan he backed down and started apologizing. he should have said, you egged me on and i don't take it back. >> and that is the problem. everybody is conditioned to apologize for everything they do. everybody wants to act audaciously and as soon as you react to it or partake, you are the villain. everybody is a victim all the time. this guy should have absolutely stood up for himself. especially to the pom paw doer host of the morning show. >> you
by this special committee, the super congress, and david addington's the guy who did all the lawyering for dick cheney to start a war without permission. there's going to be lots of republicans and democrats who are going to vote against it on that basis, leaving the numbers aside. >> howard, it seems to me we're in the zone of symbolic bills being passed around. harry reid's bill, which inconveniently for the president and the democrats, gives up any claim toward getting tax revenues in the mix, meets the republicans on exactly their original terms, which is a dollar-for-dollar match. but it seems that the reid plan was put out there simply so the republicans could reject it so then the democrats could say look, we offered them everything they wanted and they rejected it. i don't get the feeling that harry reid is absolutely crushed that the republicans rejected his plan. it seems like that was part of what his plan was designed to achieve. >> sure. i completely agree. we're at the point now where barring some kind of crazy miracle, there's not going to be any deal, so the two sides are busy p
president dick cheney and his wife. >> 19 years ago i went through my alcoholism, my mother was the first one there for me to comfort me like she comforted so many others. >> betty ford is being buried at theger rald ford museum next to her husband. >> one of america's outspoken attorneys landed a television show. gloria allred will preside over cases in "we the people with gloria all-sred". she gained celebrity status thinks to clients including a former mistress of convicted killer scott peterson. >> this could be the first case. a michigan woman facing up to three months in jail for planting a vegetable garden in her front yard, yes. workers tore up the yard to replace a sewer line she decided to replace grass with five large planter boxes. she's been growing basil, cabbage, tomatoes cucumbers and more, someone in the neighborhood complained to the city. >> they wanted ugs to move the vegetables from the front. and we didn't move the vegetables. we didn't think we were so they ticketed us and charged me with a misdemeanor. >> the city code says all unpaved areas must be planted with ei
vice president dick cheney and former first lady barbara bush. ford's family burying her next to her husband, the only president from michigan. today would have been that president's 98th birthday. steve brown is live in grand rapids michigan tonight. mourners remembering betty ford for her accomplishments after she left the white house. >> absolutely. she helped establish the world's very first hospital dedicated only to drug and alcohol treatment after battling her dependency issues. oddly enough, a humorous story today at the funeral services here in town by son steve ford. he was recounting telling his own mother about his alcoholism. >> i think i'm an alcoholic. and she was just like every other mother in the country. she said oh, no, my son is not an alcoholic. you can't be an alcoholic. i said mom, stop. you can't be in denial. you are like betty ford, you know. [ laughter ] >> you are like the poster child for this thing. >> in attendance and laughing at the steve ford remark were both former first lady barbara bush and former president bill clinton. harris? >> harris: well,
ryan grimm calls the supercongress, and david addington's the guy who did all of the lawyering for dick cheney to basically start a war without anybody's permission. so if he's worried about a user patient of power, there are going to be lots of republicans and democrats who are going to vote against it on that basis leaving the numbers aside. >> howard, it seems to me we're in the zone of symbolic bills being passed around. harry reid's bill, which inconveniently for the president and the democrats, gives up any claim toward getting tax revenues in the mix, meets the republicans on exactly their original terms, which is a dollar-for-dollar match on the amount of the debt ceiling increase versus the tax cuts and the middle income. but it seems that the reid plan was put out there simply so the republicans could reject it so then the democrats could say look, we offered them everything they wanted and they rejected it. the democrats could say look we offered everything that they wanted and they rejected it. i don't get the feeling that harry reid is absolutely crushed that the republican
ford married in 1948. in a few minutes, lynne cheney, the wife of former vice president dick cheney will give a eulogy and hundreds attended a memorial for her and filing by the casket to pay t last respects. she will be laid to rest later this afternoon right next to her husband. >> she was a role model to women, with, you know, making breast cancer something that, you know, people could talk about. >> she was not president, but she set a huge impact on this country and the world in general. >> betty ford was an honest wonderful person. >> nbc's jay gray joins me from grand rapids, michigan, and as i noted, the family should be filing in and may already be inside, and what is the latest, jay, as everyone says good-bye to this incredible woman. >> yes, tamron, as you can tell by some of the people who came by here to pay respects at the gerald r. ford museum, it is an emotional good-bye to betty ford. it began in california and then moved to her hometown grand rapids and hundreds of people coming through the night last night and through the morning today to stop and say thank you. s
ford at his presidential museum, former president bill clinton and former vice president dick cheney attended the service betty ford was 93 years old. and injured at soldier receives a hero's welcome from family and friends, more on a homecoming for sgt brad hojack jr. in oak lawn in a bit. >> ollie called for bordet's back to georgia for his family not enough time >>hug him i 'll have to share >> fighting and afghanistan and march 23rd year old are your major shot several times in his lower body fractured his pelvis steps femur and injured his abdomen still has at long road of rehabilitation i had an >> when he left with the deployment of the first time ever i made a comment to my wife that i felt this feels weird >> what is here to the subject is coming home to a welcome like this >> is it too much for me, i am a humble guy nobody in my line of work does anything like that but it is appreciated >> firefighter other family members in the military hojek escorted in a limousine by police vehicles to his parents' oaklawn holmby >> then keep your servant and the sacrifice >> ar
will remain with my people and with my firearm until the last drop of my blood. >>> dick cheney, bill clinton and barbara bush were at the memorial service for betty ford. >>> roger clemens signed baseballs but no questions from reporters were answered as he left a washington courthouse today. his perjury trial ended in a mistrial. >>> when we come back, in new york city every parent's nightmare. an 8-year-old boy befriends a stranger and is killed. asily. asily. it flows with clean water. it makes its skyline greener and its population healthier. all to become the kind of city people want to live and work in. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest questions. and the over sixty thousand people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. it's schwab at your fingertips wherever, whenever you want. one log in lets you monitor all of your balances and transfer between accounts, so your money can move as fast as you do. check out your portfolio, track the market with live updates. and execute trades anywhere and anytime the inspiration hits you. even
's a good -- nick which democratic dick cheney, president ford, run down the river from the only consulate we had, had to fight -- this says canto yacht club, six marines and the consul who not only looks like, but acted like him. typical story. there's mike sullivan, nice glasses, huh? this is right when they formed the v and backing up and like look at that, that's nuts. that's going down the river. actually that at the time was corporal, steve, and he went on to become the longest serving united states marine in the history of the marine corp.. he fought in iraq and afghanistan, just got out last february. handsome jerry berry, the chopper pilot, still handsome. these are the boys on the roof. burn battles. anything they could not burn, they put in the burn barrels and the chemicals burned it. who is that, steve? is that you? [laughter] that's steve. he's counting that cash he stole. [laughter] iconic photo. everything -- 18 hours before -- yes, ma'am? >> especially from the story that you're telling now, but how well do you think that our president nixon, gerald ford, and then johnson,
president dick cheney, donald rumsfeld expected as well. lynn cheney actually providing one of the eulogies in the ceremony today. again, a very private ceremony, just family and close friends. then she will return here for her final interment. she will be buried next to her husband here. throughout the day, hundreds have shown up to pay their last respects, to honor a woman who was strong and changed the role of the first lady in the white house. she was not afraid to say what she felt, stood up for women's rights and also very involved with the subjects of addiction and breast cancer, both affecting her and her family's lives. outspoken about that, not afraid to be public. a lot of the women we talked to here today say that it really changed the dynamic for them and really made this place a better place for women to be. that's how she's being remembered right now. >> it's interesting, too, when you're talking about the way she put addiction and treatment for it back on the front burner. this is a great reminder for folks that in terms of personal struggles, that if the first lady can grap
this talk about a balanced budget amendment when we were in two wars and off the budget? in fact, dick cheney said that deficits didn't matter. that failed in the senate. the balanced budget amendment failed in the senate last week. so let's now go to number four. entitlement reforms and savings. savings out of whose pocket? in other words, cuts to the big three. and number five, of course, is the big one for republicans -- no tax hikes. boehner's plan is nothing but cut, cap, and balance, wrapped in a brand-new package and trying to be sold to the american people tonight. if you look at it side-by-side comparison, the two plans, boehner is a fool not to take reid's package. reid more than doubles the number with $2.7 trillion in cuts. so who's the honest player here? boehner has two debt limit votes and reid has one. let's get it done. reid's plan also has deep cuts to the pentagon budget, and it assumes that the wars are going to eventually end in iraq and afghanistan on a date, right? now, boehner's problem with the reid plan is that it takes the big three right off the table. and,
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